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August 26, 2021

5 Tips for Remodeling Your Children’s Bedroom

by

Joette Fielding

When remodeling your children’s rooms, you want to ensure that you are designing a space that not only makes them feel comfortable and safe, but also provides you with peace of mind knowing that their room is set up to be accident free.


That’s why it’s important to take both design and safety into consideration when elevating your little one’s room. From simple designs to safety tips, we have some great recommendations that will truly help make your remodeling project successful.


Rely on Neutral and Simple Decor

While it may be tempting to get a little carried away with decor, keep in mind that young children and toddlers have very active minds. That’s why it’s always best to keep things simple, to prevent them from being overstimulated.


Their bedroom will most likely double as a playroom and where they rest and sleep, so it’s important to find items that will host their toys and keep them out of sight, especially when it’s time to unwind and relax for the evening. 


Also, by utilizing the “less is more” philosophy when adding decor and colour to the room, you’ll be creating a space that can grow and evolve with your child. This will easily prevent you from having to remodel or redecorate multiple times throughout their childhood.


Utilize Storage

Let’s face it, kids have a lot of toys! From colouring books to action figures and dolls, there’s a great deal of items that need to be properly stored and looked after. That’s where adequate storage comes into play. By adding in some simple storage units and shelving, you’ll be able to create an organized, decluttered space that’s perfect for your child. 


One thing to keep in mind for storage units is proper setup and installation. We recommend opting in for units that are at or around your child’s height. This allows them to easily reach for their toys and items, which can help prevent any accident from occurring while being used. Under the bed storage is also another wonderful option to keep things organized and safe.


Leave Room for Play

As we’ve mentioned before, children’s bedrooms are usually utilized for both sleep and play. That’s why it’s recommended to leave space for your child to have room to explore, enjoy their bedroom and play with their toys.


Try to keep all big furniture pieces out of the way and towards the walls of the room, allowing for a safe space in the middle where your child can have fun. If this option is not possible, then it’s  best to simply design and decorate the room with play at the top of your mind.



Remove or Hide Away All Wires and Outlets

Wires and outlets can always be a safety hazard for your children. When designing the room it’s important to think about efficient ways in which you can hide access to any outlets and properly store wires out of the way.


Wire guards and safe plates are wonderful options for doing this. Not only will it give you peace of mind, but it will also keep the room looking a little more put together and organized. 


Keep Functionality in Mind

It’s always best to keep functionality in mind when designing your child’s room! Remember, you’re designing a space that needs to be built for the age and height of your child, not an adult.


Storage units, bed frames, toys, and other items should all be stored on a level that your child can easily access. Additional space should be left for playtime and fun in the room. Also, knowing that your child will be using this area to explore, play and create, it’s important to add in some rugs and items that will provide comfort.


By keeping these five tips in mind, you’ll be able to create a beloved space for your child, all while allowing them to have fun and stay safe. Plus, by utilizing minimal decor options and neutral colours, you’ll have created a room that can evolve, grow, and easily change as your family does. Enjoy the process and have fun creating this special sanctuary for your little one!


Get Your Luxury Guide

When remodeling your children’s rooms, you want to ensure that you are designing a space that not only makes them feel comfortable and safe, but also provides you with peace of mind knowing that their room is set up to be accident free.


That’s why it’s important to take both design and safety into consideration when elevating your little one’s room. From simple designs to safety tips, we have some great recommendations that will truly help make your remodeling project successful.


Rely on Neutral and Simple Decor

While it may be tempting to get a little carried away with decor, keep in mind that young children and toddlers have very active minds. That’s why it’s always best to keep things simple, to prevent them from being overstimulated.


Their bedroom will most likely double as a playroom and where they rest and sleep, so it’s important to find items that will host their toys and keep them out of sight, especially when it’s time to unwind and relax for the evening. 


Also, by utilizing the “less is more” philosophy when adding decor and colour to the room, you’ll be creating a space that can grow and evolve with your child. This will easily prevent you from having to remodel or redecorate multiple times throughout their childhood.


Utilize Storage

Let’s face it, kids have a lot of toys! From colouring books to action figures and dolls, there’s a great deal of items that need to be properly stored and looked after. That’s where adequate storage comes into play. By adding in some simple storage units and shelving, you’ll be able to create an organized, decluttered space that’s perfect for your child. 


One thing to keep in mind for storage units is proper setup and installation. We recommend opting in for units that are at or around your child’s height. This allows them to easily reach for their toys and items, which can help prevent any accident from occurring while being used. Under the bed storage is also another wonderful option to keep things organized and safe.


Leave Room for Play

As we’ve mentioned before, children’s bedrooms are usually utilized for both sleep and play. That’s why it’s recommended to leave space for your child to have room to explore, enjoy their bedroom and play with their toys.


Try to keep all big furniture pieces out of the way and towards the walls of the room, allowing for a safe space in the middle where your child can have fun. If this option is not possible, then it’s  best to simply design and decorate the room with play at the top of your mind.



Remove or Hide Away All Wires and Outlets

Wires and outlets can always be a safety hazard for your children. When designing the room it’s important to think about efficient ways in which you can hide access to any outlets and properly store wires out of the way.


Wire guards and safe plates are wonderful options for doing this. Not only will it give you peace of mind, but it will also keep the room looking a little more put together and organized. 


Keep Functionality in Mind

It’s always best to keep functionality in mind when designing your child’s room! Remember, you’re designing a space that needs to be built for the age and height of your child, not an adult.


Storage units, bed frames, toys, and other items should all be stored on a level that your child can easily access. Additional space should be left for playtime and fun in the room. Also, knowing that your child will be using this area to explore, play and create, it’s important to add in some rugs and items that will provide comfort.


By keeping these five tips in mind, you’ll be able to create a beloved space for your child, all while allowing them to have fun and stay safe. Plus, by utilizing minimal decor options and neutral colours, you’ll have created a room that can evolve, grow, and easily change as your family does. Enjoy the process and have fun creating this special sanctuary for your little one!


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